At the foot of the Samobor mountain in the county of Zagreb near the Gradina stream lies the town of Samobor.
Imagine a vacation without the noise of the modern world and exchange the grey of the city for the green of nature. Find paradise in the heart of Croatia.
Embraced by the sea with freshly caught fish, what is the Istrian region without good food and drink?
This autumn, Zagreb will be captured in a wave of film heat because ZFF in its 15th edition delivers a cross-section of the best debut films from all over the world, as well as the most interesting recent European achievements in its many accompanying programs.
The International Puppet Theatre Festival was launched in 1968. by The Student Esperanto Club and has enjoyed a great and positive response in the public, as well as on the international puppet scene.
Sinjska alka is a Croatian knightly tournament that takes place every year on Sunday in the first third of the month of August in Sinj, on the anniversary of the victory over the Turkish invaders on August 14th, 1715.
Croatia’s metropole offers you a trip through time so you can experience the spirit of Zagreb’s turbulent history that can be felt on its streets, squares and buildings even today.
With the traditional lighting of Christmas lamps on Zrinjevac and the opening of the Ice Park on December second 2017 another Advent will officially begin, with which we welcome one of the most beautiful holidays of the year.
If you are a fan of good food and drink, mark this week in your calendar!
One of the most beautiful Croatian islands that offers something for everyone. From the divine beaches, sports for the adventurous spirits, delicious Mediterranean cuisine for the gourmets, all the way to the incredible nature, filled with olives and vineyards, for those with a romantic side.
For the sixth year in a row, Zrinjevac becomes a magical place for sweet experiences.
INmusic is the biggest open-air festival in Croatia. It is held during the end of June for the twelfth year in a row.
Do you need a break from the cities turmoil?
There are seven world wonders and Croatia has one - the Plitvice Lakes.
When a man gifts a bouquet to his beloved, he romantically exclaims “cvijeće cvijeću” or “flowers for my flower”, highlighting her beauty and uniqueness.
The carnival custom with chariots and dancing has been cherished for over a hundred years, and since 1982 it has been in the form of a parade as it is today.
Plitvice Lakes are a wonderful place to visit in the winter season.
Spring is considered the best season, but in Croatia this prestigious title goes to summer, since along the Adriatic coast and islands it is open season on fish, shellfish and seafood, and all the dishes - just out of the sea, are freshly prepared.
For all those with children, who love art, have a water-gene, are fans of photography, who love to sense any city to its fullest, are of curious spirit, are interested in fresh produce and open-air markets.
Besides the fertile olive groves, in the intoxicating greenery of the preserved nature, Skradinsko hinterland guards the most beautiful jewel of this part of Croatia, the Krka National Park.